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CH Bus names new southern region account executive

Posted on June 21, 2016

CH Bus Sales, exclusive distributor for Temsa, named Mark Santoyo as its new account executive for the Southern Region, which focuses on Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico.

Tim Vaught, VP, sales service and product development, and Shannon Vaught, assistant GM, Texas, will continue to maintain their current customer relationships throughout the Southern region.

Related: CH Bus Sales delivers 500th Temsa in U.S. market

Santoyo is a U.S. Naval Reserves Veteran and was recalled to active duty to serve in the Iraq War. He received a variety of awards for outstanding service that include Navy Marine Corps Achievement Medal and Sailor of the Year.

Santoyo joined the industry as a journeyman technician for Greyhound in 1990. Throughout his 26-plus years in the motorcoach industry, he has held roles in shop management, fleet service and parts support, sales and Operations Management.

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